Pictures reveal underground part of Steve Jobs Theater

New photos shared online show the underground portion of Apple's new 1,000-seat Steve Jobs Theater for the first time.

While the upper part has been seen in other photos, this is the first look at the main part of the theater where the firm will unveil the new iPhone next week.  

The photos show lower and upper sections that appear to have bleacher seating, natural wood finishes, and a large stage in the front.

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New photos shared online show the underground portion of Apple's new 1,000-seat Steve Jobs Theater for the first time. This image appears to have been taken from an upper level of seats and shows the large stage

New photos shared online show the underground portion of Apple's new 1,000-seat Steve Jobs Theater for the first time. This image appears to have been taken from an upper level of seats and shows the large stage

NEW LOOK AT THE STEVE JOBS THEATER 

While the upper part has been seen in other photos, this is the first look at the main part of the theater where the firm will unveil the new iPhone next week.  

The photos show lower and upper sections that appear to have bleacher seating, natural wood finishes, and a large stage in the front.

While the photos were just discovered and shared by

, a user originally uploaded them to Google Maps at the end of June.

It's probable construction on the theater has come along a great deal since they photos were taken and that these aren't the current conditions.

But while the final aesthetics aren't shown, the images give a good idea of what the buzzed-about theater will look like spatially and set the scene for the launch even next Tuesday.

.While the upper part has been seen in other photos, this is the first look at the main part of the theater where the firm will unveil the new iPhone next week. Multiple pictures show the seats, which appear to be bleacher-style

While the photos were just discovered and shared by MacMagazine , a user originally uploaded them to Google Maps at the end of June. It's probable construction on the theater has come along a great deal since they photos were taken and that these aren't the current conditions

.While the upper part has been seen in other photos, this is the first look at the main part of the theater where the firm will unveil the new iPhone next week. Multiple pictures show the seats, which appear to be bleacher-style

The photos show lower and upper sections that appear to have bleacher seating, natural wood finishes, and a large stage in the front

The photos show lower and upper sections that appear to have bleacher seating, natural wood finishes, and a large stage in the front

It is, however, possible to spot what appears to be natural wood finished that contrast the minimal design and 20-foot glass walls of the above ground lobby.

Additionally, Above Avalon founder Neil Cybart has shared diagrams of the new theater's layout, noting it's almost entirely underground. 

The Steve Jobs Theater is situated on top of a hill — one of the highest points within Apple Park — overlooking meadows and the main building. Opening on September 12th, the entrance to the 1,000-seat auditorium is a 20-foot-tall glass cylinder, 165 feet in diameter, supporting a metallic carbon-fibre roof

The Steve Jobs Theater is situated on top of a hill — one of the highest points within Apple Park — overlooking meadows and the main building. Opening on September 12th, the entrance to the 1,000-seat auditorium is a 20-foot-tall glass cylinder, 165 feet in diameter, supporting a metallic carbon-fibre roof

Apple will unveil the new iPhone on this stage next week on September 12. While the buzzed-about Steve Jobs Theater is expected to be ready for the event, the rest of Apple's $5 'spaceship' campus in Cupertino, California is still under construction

Apple will unveil the new iPhone on this stage next week on September 12. While the buzzed-about Steve Jobs Theater is expected to be ready for the event, the rest of Apple's $5 'spaceship' campus in Cupertino, California is still under construction

He also inquired as to how Apple will handle the exhibit space, which it appears attendees may have to pass by to get to the auditorium. 

Apple usually keeps the exhibit space - where attendees can try out the new devices - off limits until after the presentation. 

Above Avalon founder Neil Cybart has shared diagrams of the new theater's layout, noting it's almost entirely underground

Above Avalon founder Neil Cybart has shared diagrams of the new theater's layout, noting it's almost entirely underground

He also inquired as to how Apple will handle the exhibit space, which it appears attendees may have to pass by to get to the auditorium. Apple usually keeps the exhibit space - where attendees can try out the new devices - off limits until after the presentation

He also inquired as to how Apple will handle the exhibit space, which it appears attendees may have to pass by to get to the auditorium. Apple usually keeps the exhibit space - where attendees can try out the new devices - off limits until after the presentation

Last week, a behind-the-scenes look at Apple's nearly-finished headquarters in Cupertino was revealed thanks to .

Construction workers building the Apple Park have been posting photos and videos of the firm's new $5 billion headquarters, including the Steve Jobs Theater where Apple will unveil the new iPhone during a special event on September 12.

They show the exterior of the spaceship, the sleek walls of the new theater, the 'Apple Campus tunnel,' and several areas still under heavy construction. 

A behind-the-scenes look at Apple's nearly-finished headquarters in Cupertino has been revealed thanks to Snapchat

Construction workers have posted photos and videos of sleek walls on the interior as well as the exterior of the 2.8 million-square-foot office

A behind-the-scenes look at Apple's nearly-finished headquarters in Cupertino has been revealed thanks to . Construction workers have posted photos and videos of sleek walls on the interior as well as the exterior of the 2.8 million-square-foot office

While the videos are not showing up on the map, they can be found by typing 'Apple Park' into the Stories search feature. 

The stories all appear to be coming from construction workers, who are pictured in some of the videos taking breaks and using construction equipment. 

The first video offers a look at the new 1,000-seat glass auditorium honoring Apple founder Steve Jobs, which measures 20 feet tall and 165 feet in diameter.

The theater is expected to open for the first time on September 12th for the launch of the iPhone 8 as well as the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus, a new version of the Apple Watch and a new 4K Apple TV. 

In subsequent videos, both interior and exterior walls of the 360-degree curved glass office building, which has been nicknamed 'spaceship, can be seen.

Trees and foliage can also be seen in the background of some of the videos, lending to the idea that the landscaping is almost complete.  

It's expected the final tree count will be around 9,000 and will include apple, apricot, and cherry trees.

Other shots show Apple signs, stairs, parking lots, and a modern-looking tunnel captioned 'Apple Campus tunnel' by one of the construction workers.

Several of the videos show heavy machinery and the construction workers operating various types of equipment. 

KEY FEATURES OF THE SPACESHIP-LIKE CAMPUS 

Appearing as a giant saucer, the Silicon Valley site near the 280 Highway will be home to 13,000 Apple employees.

There will be jogging and cycling trails, with more than a thousand bikes kept on site at all times, which staff can use to make their way around.

The Spaceship will have 360-degree curved glass fronted walls and central courtyard as well as a 1,000-seater auditorium, a gym and 300,000 square feet of 'research' space.

Apple Campus 2 will additionally have underground parking hidden from view, meaning 80 per cent of the site can be covered in trees. The site was previously owned by Hewlett Packard and the majority of the area is currently covered in asphalt.

Elsewhere underground, the auditorium will be where Apple's CEO Tim Cook will present the companies keynotes ahead of product launches, for example. This auditorium will be covered with a circular glass pavilion that will also be an access point for employees and guests.

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